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An autochrome photograph of the road entrance to the residence of Martha D. Shields, taken looking west. Her deceased husband, Edwin W. Shields, was president of Simmonds-Shields-Theis Grain Company.

A color glass plate positive photograph of five young women posed by an archery target. This vantage point faces north in the median of The Paseo between 55th Street and 56th Street.

An autochrome photograph of the University of Kansas City (now University of Missouri - Kansas City) Administrating Building, taken from the southeast.

A color glass plate positive photograph of Ada B. Seibel standing next to regal lilies at her and Louis L. Seibel's residence. Seibel was president of Badger Lumber Company.

An autochrome photograph of the Nelson Gallery of Art (now known as the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art) as seen from the University of Kansas City (University of Missouri - Kansas City).

An autochrome photograph of a sculpture near the entrance to the residence of Martha D. Shields, taken looking south. Her deceased husband, Edwin W. Shields, was president of Simmonds-Shields-Theis Grain Company.

A color glass plate positive photograph of four young women practicing archery. This vantage point faces north in the median of The Paseo between 55th Street and 56th Street.

An autochrome photograph of the University of Kansas City (now University of Missouri - Kansas City) Administrating Building, taken from the northwest.

An autochrome photograph of Dr. Solon E. Haynes's garden, taken from the southwest. Haynes was a Kansas City physician.

An autochrome photograph of a pool, taken from the south on the grounds of the University of Kansas City (now University of Missouri - Kansas City).

An autochrome photograph of Herbert F. Hall's residence, taken from the southwest. Hall was president of the Hall-Baker Grain Company.

An autochrome photograph of Herbert F. Hall's residence, taken from the north on a cloudy day. Hall was president of the Hall-Baker Grain Company.

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